Day 2 of Season 2 of "Today's Buz." It's much easier to write these every morning now that I'm back in an office. So let's get into today's best headlines.

Ghostbusters.com has just relaunched to celebrate the movies 30th anniversary.

Should The Simpsons stop using so many guest stars?

This is what the How I Met Your Mother Complete Series box set will look like.

Did you all watch the premiere of The Meltdown last night? I hope you did beause it's a great show. Kumail Nanjiani and Jonah Ray talked about the Comedy Central show.

Steven Moffat is still holding out hope for Peter Jackson to direct an episode of Doctor Who.

This Cheers reunion totally made my day:

Yesterday I mentioned that The New Yorker was offering it's content for free this summer. Now check out some amazing stories written by women.

Jessica Biel is set to guest star on New Girl's season four premiere.

Drunk History is as much educational as it is entertaining.

I love Questlove, and I'm excited about his new attempt to bring music back to television.

"Which Game of Thrones Actors Have the Best Shot at a Movie Career"?

The first trailer for Fifty Shades of Grey is here:

However, I'm more interested in the trailer for Whiplash.

The Dumb Starbucks episode of Nathan For You is airing next week.

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s second season will have to work while keeping the Avengers May 2015 sequel in mind.

Everyone wants their music on Orange is the New Black.

Vulture has seven reasons Weird Al "won the internet" last week.

It is no surprise that the Emmy's being on a Monday is going to cause a lot of problems for Los Angeles.

Seeing Colton Haynes as Arsenal has me so excited about Arrow's third season.

Check out this infographic that shows the evolution of the television.

The most exciting thing to hit the internet today is an old recording of Tina Fey and Rachel Dratch's Second City show, Dratch & Fey.

Fox is promoting 24: Live Another Day DVD's using drones at Comic-con.

Ricky Gervais discussed his "beef" with Louis C.K. on Late Night:

You have to watch this parody of Mary Poppins which stars Kristen Bell: